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Katy Mental Health - Friday, January 10, 2014

David Martin

David Bueno Martin, LPC-S and Ruby Renz, LPC are co-hosting the next Katy Mental Health networking luncheon in Katy, Texas. Please bring your own lunch. There is NO COST to this meeting (donations are appreciated to help with ongoing costs). To reserve your place at this event please RSVP by filling out this simple form.  For any questions, please contact David Bueno Martin at 713-364-8590 or e-mail: David@HoustonLPC.com.

Dr. Debra Stokan from STOKAN JAGGERS & ASSOCIATES will be presenting "An Overview of Current Medications used in Treatment of Autistic Spectrum Disorder".  They will also be providing snacks- finger sandwiches and a fruit and veggie tray!!

Friday, January 10, 2014. 11:30 am until 1:00 pm.

The Brazos Valley Schools Credit Union

25525 Katy Mills Parkway

Katy, TX 77494

281-391-2149 (phone number to the location).

Here is a quote from Seth Godin’s blog.  It reflects, in part, our intention with this meeting:

“Open, generous and connected

Isn't that what we seek from a co-worker, boss, friend or even a fellow conference attendee?

Open to new ideas, leaning forward, exploring the edges, impatient with the status quo... In a hurry to make something worth making.

Generous when given the opportunity (or restless to find the opportunity when not). Focused on giving people dignity, respect and the chance to speak up. Aware that the single most effective way to move forward is to help others move forward as well.

and connected. Part of the community, not apart from it. Hooked into the realities and dreams of the tribe. Able and interested in not only cheering people on, but shining a light on how they can accomplish their goals.

Paradoxically, the fancier the conference, the more fabled the people around the table, the less likely you are to find these attributes. These attributes, it turns out, have nothing to do with fame or resources. In fact, fear is the damper on all three. Fear of failure, intimacy and vulnerability. Fear closes us up, causes us to self-focus and to disconnect.

When we find our own foundation and are supported in our work by those around us, we can get back to first principles, to realizing our own dreams and making our own art by supporting others first and always.”

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